Sunday, 24 April 2016

#MySundayPhoto Number 17

#MySundayPhoto Number 17 was a difficult one as we have done so much this week and have so many photo's. I have chosen a picture of Bear and his Grandad.

They are walking away from Castell Coch near Cardiff. They look like they are deep in conversation. The lines of the railings point to them. Although they are a small part of the image they are the only important thing in the picture.


#MySundayphoto number 17. Man and toddler walking away with woods around and a bridge in the foreground. All lines point to them


I wonder what are they saying to each other?




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  1. Lovely photo of Bear and his Grandad walking together - they do look deep in conversation there :-)

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  2. Lovely shot. The relationship between a child and a grandparent is a very special one - it looks like Bear has a very string bond with his.

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  3. A lovely photo of them together, a real "Man talk" going on there.

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  4. I love the composition of this shot.

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    1. I'd like to say I planned it, but that's what caught my eye when I was looking for this weeks photo

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  5. Yes, I was left wondering what they were talking about! Lovely image. #MySUndayPhoto

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  6. Lovely photo and a great use of "leading lines". #mysundayphoto

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  7. It is so lovely to see photos like this, family time at its best x

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    1. They are inseparable! We have great days out :-)

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  8. Such a well captured moment doesn't matter that they are in the distance as they are beautifully framed. Lovely shot ��

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    1. Thankyou, it just adds to the intrigued. What are they talking about?

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  9. How sweet, it's such a natural photo to capture.

    Thank you for linking up

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  10. What an adorable photo, definitely a keeper. I'd have been tempted to crop in and have more of Bear and Grandad, but I love how small they look in the surrounding scenery. (note to self: you don't always have to crop!)

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    1. Lol! I was going to crop but then would have lost the lines leading to them.I think it also shows just how little he is :-)

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  11. Awww what a lovely photo - it looks like they are off on a great adventure

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  12. Great photo..... is it a bridge or just an attraction in the park!

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    1. Its the ramp over a moat at our own fairytale castle nr Cardiff. Castell Coch

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  13. Aww! That is so sweet! Such a lovely moment to capture x

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  14. Beautiful shot! I'm sure they were talking about what they would like for lunch.

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  15. Beautiful photo. I love lagging back a bit and observing like this. The ordinary make such lovely memories sometimes don't they?

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    1. Absolutely, I was taking a photo of the portcullis and got left behind

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  16. Such a sweet photo. They are the main subject of the photo. It's a men world out there! ;) #MySundayPhoto

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    1. It certainly is in my world. He's the centre of it :-)

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  17. I love the composition of this shot and like you wonder what they are discussing. Obviously serious issues. It's lovely and special to capture them unawares.

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    1. Certainly very important. Discussing gravity or something

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  18. Ah this is so so cute, I just love the perspective and such a lovely memory for them both xx

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    1. It came out so much better than I thought it would

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  19. What a lovely picture. Nothing better than the grandchild-grandparent bond

    Cat x

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    1. They are inseparable. They'll be off to the pub together before we know it :-)

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  20. My son hadnt experience a Grandad yet. My father lives in the Philippines and here in the UK my husband's father died when my husband is young. I long for a scene like this to be honest. #mysundayphoto

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    1. It was true for my children too. My husbands parents died when my first was 3 and my second not born and my parents lived a long way away. OK not as far as the Philippines but too far for them to become close. It's a real privilege to be his grandparents and be so close to him.

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